"It implies that, as Whorf and Saussure claimed, languages are semantically closed, or very nearly so."
.. semantically closed .. a quite intriguing assumption .. or precept .. if it could be called that .. but what someone would call it .. its significance goes beyond .. semantic considerations .. it is what .. brings into my mind about the nature ..of the worlds .. the realities that people construct and live in .. which goes hand-in hand with what is mentioned .. in that treatise
"And it tells that the relation between mind and reality is one of intersubjectivity: minds create a reality by sharing an appropriate type of belief system, and then they live in the reality which they create."
.. there are profound .. revelations in that work of Chaotic Logic .. too many to deal with in a planned, rational manner .. and since such an approach doesn't suit me .. embracing my own personal attribute of chaotic logic .. rather chaotic logic's personally added attribute .. equated with taking hold of the spur of the moment .. or being in the hold of the spur of the moment .. let the concepts develop themselves .. instead of assume a sort of prominence of the concepts ..over the self ..
Ben Goertzel's work puts the concepts in an organised manner ..